A four-year member of men's crew, Greg McClure is one of the most decorated men's rowers in Fordham history, medaling at the prestigious Dad Vail Championships all four years at Rose Hill. At the Dad Vail Collegiate National Championships, McClure was a gold medalist in the men's varsity lightweight four in 2001, a bronze medalist in 2000 with the lightweight four and a silver medalist in 1998 in the novice four.
McClure won three gold medals at the New York State Championships (varsity heavyweight four (2001), varsity lightweight eight (1999) and the novice four (1998)) and was also a 2000 Atlantic 10 gold medalist with the lightweight four and a 1999 Atlantic 10 silver medalist with the lightweight eight.
McClure, who is just the fourth person in Fordham history to make the finals at the World Indoor Rowing Championships, placed seventh for collegiate lightweights in 2001 at Crash B's, 13th internationally.
A 1999 bronze medal winner at the Intercollegiate Rowing National Championships and Champion International Collegiate Championships in both the varsity heavyweight straight four and the varsity lightweight eight, McClure was also a quarterfinalist that season at the Royal Henley Regatta Visitors Cup, an international regatta that features selected crews including Olympic and World Champions. Additionally, he won gold medals at the Club Nationals Championship (lightweight eight) and the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta (lightweight four) that season.
In 2001, McClure won three gold medals at the U.S. Club Championships as well as taking fourth with the men's four at the Intercollegiate Rowing National Championships.
A team captain from 1999-2001, McClure set the school lightweight 6000 meters record and is in the top five all-time in the 2000 meters.
Academically, McClure maintained a Dean's Academic scholarship all four years.